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Instructions to mount scope


PDF]OWNER'S MANUAL - Crosman

www.crosman.com/pdf/manuals/M4-177-515.pdf

Translate this page There are two different rear sight options for the M4-177 depending on which model you purchase.) Option 1- ... the airgun in any way inconsistent with this manual may make your ... Adjust the rings on your scope to match the measurements of the top rail. ... Toattach the sling at both ends push the sewn webbing loop end.

Crosman M4-177 Multi-pump .177 Pellet Air Rifle Table Top ...

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ReplicaAirguns.com - Crosman M4-177 Pellet-BB Multi-pump Air Rifle ... -Single shot - bolt action with manual advance magazine.... I particularly like the removable iron sights and full rail formounting a scope or red dot sight.

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A detailed look at installing and adjusting the sights for the M4-177 and sighting ... Crosman MK-177 Pellet-BB Multi-pump Air Rifle Table Top ...

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Dec 20, 2015 | Crosman M4-177 Air Rifle

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How to set my scope with a crosman fury blackout .177


Take both turret covers off and shoot 5 rnd group if group down and left rotate top turret up side turret counter clockwise a few clicks and repeat until you get on target
Also look on YouTube for videos on zeroing airweapons

Aug 09, 2014 | Crosman Optics

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How to change my battery on a 4x16x40 centerpoint scope


remove the battery cap, replace the battery, reinstall the cap.

Nov 27, 2013 | Centerpoint Technologies CenterPoint...

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Are the turrets on the ET1040 mil or MOA


yes actually there is two versions of this scope one with .25 moa adjustment and one with .1 mil adjustment.

Mar 05, 2013 | Bushnell "10x40MttMilDot,FMC,Arg,Snshd,Bx...

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Elevation turret stripped out. Entire turrent turns with no adjustment . Turret came off when reinstalling cover. Was not forcing cover tight and had just started to tighten.


ok,,,you have strong fingers then????
try a drop of supper glue on the striped out turret thred,,,as the scope is a right off anyhow you have nothing to loose do you?

Sep 05, 2010 | Tasco Target/Varmint 6-24x42mm Rifle Scope...

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Windage adjustment will not adjust to the right - clicks but does not move the shot groups to the right.


if you have forsed the scope turrets you may have broken your scope,,,if the turret turns to the left set it to the center and change the scope mounts or pack out the scope mount with some strips of 35mm camera film 3 strips should do you,
pack out the eye end mount on the left side of the scope

Aug 28, 2010 | Pentax 4-12x40 Gameseeker Rifle Scope...

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Is there a way to lower my turret after i've found my zero? my zero is at the 4th vertical tic mark on the 0.


No. The turret is what it is. If you want to re-set the turret to zero so that it is easy to return to for a specific distance, there should be a setscrew you can loosen, adjust the turret to zero, then re-tighten to lock it in place. If you are simply trying to lower the turret, you need to purchase a scope without target turrets.

May 24, 2010 | Leupold Long Range/Tactical M1 Mark 4...

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On the adjustment turrets, after loosening the set screws, how do you get it to go down so the yardage lines up?


after you sight the rifle in at say 100 yd. lift the turret and line up the 100 yard mark on the turret to the mark, then push the turret down onto the scope and set the screw. some times the turret takes a lot of pressure to push back on.

Mar 29, 2010 | Tasco Target/Varmint 6-24x42mm Rifle Scope...

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Adjustment Issue


the scope should all ways be fitted with the wind adjustment on the right as you look down the rifle, therefor the top ajuster is for up/down,
right ajuster is wind,,left/right, the easy way to set it up is to aim at some sand with the rifle on a stand or in a jig, shoot one round see were it hits and without moving the rifle, turn the turrets till the cross is over the point were the bullet landed, having a pall to move the turrets for you helps a lot here, the main point is dont move the rifle till the turrets have been moved first,, its that or bore sight it,,, jig the rifle up pointing at a target at say 200yds look down the bore aim the bore at the target lock down the rifle check it by looking down the bore again then set the cross up in the scope on what you see down the bore
you will need to tweek the scope a bit as you havent taken the bullet drop into the ajustment that way,,

Dec 17, 2009 | Zeiss 3-9x40mm Conquest Rifle Scope...

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I have a 3-12 by 40 rifle scope made by tasco i dont have thewaranty paper work any more and the cross hairs wont adjust any more what do i do


i dont realy understand what you mean by "the cross hairs wont adjust" is it you have ran out of adjustment on the turrets? if so try packing the scope out with 35mm film under the body of the scope and reclamping it,,,or do you mean it just wont adjust?
the tesco rifle scope is a realy cheep scope its a throw away kind of thing if it brakes,,,,there only £50 or so,,,,if it was a £1500 scope its worth fixing

Nov 16, 2009 | Tasco 3-9x32 .22 Riflescope W/ Rings,...

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